Calvin and Hobbes E-Books
Now available for the first time as an e-book!
The cartoons in this e-book have been specially formatted for optimal viewing. The e-book will only work on color tablets and is not intended for viewing on desktop apps.
Perhaps the most brilliant comic strip ever created, Calvin and Hobbes continues to entertain with dazzling cartooning and tremendous humor.
Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes has been a worldwide favorite since its introduction in 1985. The strip follows the richly imaginative adventures of Calvin and his trusty tiger, Hobbes. Whether a poignant look at serious family issues or a round of time-travel (with the aid of a well-labeled cardboard box), Calvin and Hobbes will astound and delight you.Share
All Things Considered: Nightclub King Jon Taffer Set the Bar High
Jon Taffer is the king of the bar business. Over the past three decades, he has managed dozens of bars and nightclubs, and is a consultant for bar owners all over the country.
Most recently, he has put his expertise to use as the host of the popular reality show Bar Rescue. Bar and nightclub owners with failing businesses ask Taffer for his help. In return, Taffer brings a team of bartenders, chefs and designers with him to revamp every part of the operation. On the show, as in person, Taffer is a tough, no-nonsense guy.
Bar Rescue is now in its third season, and Taffer has just published a book of bar wisdom called Raise the Bar.Share
Marketplace: Family FinanceLessons: Author Amy Tan
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The Leanard Lopate Show: Amy Tan’s Novel The Valley of Amazement
This new novel, her first since “Saving Fish from Drowning” in 2005, focuses on the relationships between mothers and daughters who live in a high-class brothel.
Entertainment Weekly’s review says that Tan “sweeps you up in the wildly changing fortunes of a whip-smart courtesan.”Share
NPR Author Interview: 'Hyperbole' Creator Considers All The Things
NPR’s Monkey See: Present Tense: Allie Brosh, Donald Glover, And Hurting Right Now
Hyperbole and a Half began life as Allie Brosh’s blog, full of crude sketches and absurdist rants about spelling, dogs, cake and the pressures of adulthood. But there’s a serious side as well, in heartfelt, unsparing stories about her struggle with depression.Share
All Things Considered: 'Red Sky in Morning' Mixes Forceful Language and Powerful Story
Alan Cheuse reviews Dublin journalist Paul Lynch’s first novel, Red Sky in Morning, which is set in 19th century Ireland. The book tells the story and aftermath of a murder committed by a rage-filled farmer against the landlord who evicts him. Cheuse says Lynch’s forceful language makes the story’s violence palpable.Share